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fertilization and is now the proud mother of twins. congratulations to you. at considerable cost and all the emotional stress on you and your husband and the other wounded warriors who are going through this. first to you, senator, what can be done about it? >> right now, the v.a. has a ban on paying for fertility treatments. to me that is just wrong. we have over 600 service members and their spouses who have one of the signature wounds of this war from an ied explosion or otherwise where they have genital or urinary tract injuries that prevent them from having a child. providing fertility services is the difference between them, their life's dream of raising young children and having that taken away from them. to me, it's just no nonsense common sense, let's provide this kind of fertility treatment for them through the v.a. for both the service member and their spouses, and that's what i'm attempting to change. >> tracy, tell us about the twins, how old are they now, and what you went through with your husband, the cost, the expense of all of this, and fighting the bureaucracy. >> well
and twins were delayed. and during the delay a twin's player tweeted that is the loudest noise i ever heard. i thought jesus was coming. that was really loud. >>> let's turn to our chief meteorologist bill martin, we are in for a warm up. >> yeah. we will heat up. temperatures warmed up today. mid-90s. almost triple digits tomorrow and wednesday we will see triple digits. a spare the air day tomorrow. we will see one on wednesday. the fog already responding to the high pressure that is building in. fog that is compressed against the coast. it fills in along the coast. visibilities will get low tonight. the fog is not coming up over the hills, not cooling the valleys and that means tomorrow will be a warmer day, especially inland. high pressure compresses, takes the fog and pinches it down against the coastal hills. the cooling influencesfluences can't get up into the valley. that means poor visibilities along highway 1 and drizzle possible. fog along the coast tonight. same for tomorrow, wednesday. it will be hot inland tomorrow and hotter wednesday. the classic summer pattern continues int
about. it was amazing to us. it's a pair of twins that were ready to be born. and mom and dad, maybe not were ready for them yet. dragged their feet on the way to the hospital. twins born on two different highways in two different towns. is that possible? >> wow. >> take a look. newborns gavin and deklin anderson are twins. but you could say they're twins born worlds apart. or towns apart. when her water broke saturday, she and her husband, brian, hopped into the car on new york's long island. and started racing to the hospital. the mother, with this warning. >> you better go. i don't want to have the baby on the northern state parkway. >> reporter: to her credit, she didn't. she made it to the next highway. >> i was twisted behind the seat like this. >> reporter: shortly after pulling on the highway, anderson went into labor. >> it was hard to dial 911. >> reporter: with an ambulance sent by dispatchers, she delivered baby gavin, in massapequa, new york. with gavin, he was loaded in the ambulance. just moments later, the ambulance pulled over in east meadow, where baby deklin was bo
. only 92. but excessive heat warnings are up across the midwest as the twin cities soared to a record high this afternoon of 98. it's going to be another blistering day in chicago. their 20th 90-degree day this season already two more than an average summer. for the 4th the hottest weather outside of the deserts will be in the middle of the country, not record setting, but all above average temperatures in some cases 10 degrees above average. on the 4th there will be thunderstorms in the northeast from boston to d.c. to atlanta. in washington's case, natalie, maybe the only way to stay cool on the 4th without power without air conditioning is to head outside and stand in the rain. >> all right. mike seidel, you at least try to stay cool there in washington, d.c. thank you. >>> further west, the job of fighting fires has taken a deadly turn as a c-130 air tanker from the north carolina air national guard crashed in south dakota sunday with a crew of six. this latest tragedy adding to the toll as wildfires continued to burn in ten states. nbc's miguel almaguer went into the fire zone to
in the evening until 10:00. >>> you having trouble sleeping these days? >> always. >> always. >> twins, you know. >> yeah. and the schedule. >> well it may be what you ate actually before you turned out the lights. what foods to avoid before you go to bed. >> giving birth is a private moment for families, why many are now inviting a photographer into the delivery room. >> that's for
'd be talking about rain here as it stands. for us, it's been drizzle and a lot of it. twin peaks picked up .07. you can call it light rain. diamond heights .05 and the mission .04. eureka valley, golden gate heights, castro, all at .04. that's a pretty measurable amount. even inland locations are getting some misty conditions. i saw that on tori campbell's tweet this morning, some misty conditions coming in. today will be the coolest day by far. it started yesterday and will bottom out today. wind will pick up later once this low cloud deck burns out. it goes out to the back 40. there will be 70s here and the forecast model has climatology built into it. there will not be any 80s. this is a really cool pattern. fort bragg, yes, right on the cusp there of probably getting afternoon shower activity. 50s and right at 60, the lows are just stuck. everybody's cloudy or mostly cloudy. there it is, that low, and might dip a little bit toward cave menacino. as it stands, low clouds, some sun, a windy day again. heavy duty drizzle will give way to temperatures way below average. 50s and 60s for many, e
. >> 76 years. his little girls have stole the show the he has two twin daughters, myla rose, and that is his wife, a former tennis player, herself. i love he had a quote. he said as long as i wake up and she is next to me all its good. >> oh. it was good. murray played a great game. federer is just that good. >> seven. he won there seven times. >> tied sampras' record. there we are at the game doing >>> this morning on "world news now" -- mean season, the relentless summer heat wave is now to blame for nearly four dozen deaths. >>> and a powerful cold front causing at least one tornado overnight in virginia. it will bring relief, but at a major cost. it's monday, july 9th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good monday morning, i'm rob nelson. you may remember this woman to my left right here. >> i don't remember my name. is that a quiz. >> a test. >> a test to see how tired i am. >> coming back from vaca never easy. >> pam. peggy. >> peggy bunker. welcome back, peggy. it's bun a loeen a long time. >> i think i am paula faris. we'll get back to that o
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. >>. ♪ [ music ] . >> they are from austria sharing the stage with singers from indonesia. and from twin cities in minnesota. 19 choirs celebrating the 20th anniversary of the coral festival. >> it's so rich in experience for the kids in terms of hearing other great levels of singing and music from different cultures with different ways of singing. >> each chorus showcases it's culture, this is serious business. they're in competition. many languages and accents. they've come from around the world yet share something in common. that is music. >> we talk about music but we all have same interests. talking about boys and clothes, favorite colors and everything. >> talking about our experience in the choir and talking about when we're going to perform. >> they're hosted in homes while here. >> they offer their home to us for us to be here. i think it's amazing. >> it leads to lasting friendship autos some members who are now in their 40s are still corresponding with people they met when their 12 or 13. >> the concert is saturday night. >> they sound good. >> they do. >> temperatures going to be cl
at these temperatures amazing hundreds up to the twin cities to near the pittsburgh pennsylvania tomorrow for the fourth of july forecast on thursday and friday look at the continuation of the hot weather. he'd indices it dangerous tomorrow over 105 degrees rainfall this weekend and more later on. >> dangers of fireworks on full display. take a look. fireworks safety demonstration in mount prospect did not go off as planned shooting into a crowd of media and officials injuring director of illinois fire safety alliance burned on the foot taken to the hospital fire officials say an accident when people set off fireworks and sparklers. fire officials said you should really leave the fireworks to the professionals this fourth of july with the dry conditions we have been happening tomorrow the fourth of july city of chicago has cancelled a fireworks display go to navy pier for display tomorrow night at 9:00. all active members of the military can't ride the ferris wheel for free tomorrow. the city of evanston getting ready for fourth of july parade resident staking out their spots for the celebration claime
are in the hundreds of up to the twin cities and green bay wisconsin and all the way down to texas ... widely scattered thunderstorms are not out of the question but less likely ... there is a lake breeze that may come tomorrow and give us a thunderstorm ... but it will get very hot and if we put four of these hundred degree-days together we will break the big record ... look at those thunderstorms firing of north ... 98 greece yesterday at o'hare airport the second highest of the season ... 101 degrees tomorrow 100 thursday 100 friday and then hopefully down to the '80s over the weekend when we get the eastward wind and some thunderstorms to cool things down ... we will get rid of the committee for next week humidity for next wek thanks for joining us today. we hope you have a great afternoon. remember we are back at 5:00 and 9:00 this evening. we leave you with more music from rock band "taproot".
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across much of the south from texas to florida. showers around chicago, des moines and the twin cities. flooding downpours in the four corners of the southwest. >>> warming up in the pacific northwest. 85 in portland. triple digits in phoenix. 90s from dallas to atlanta. mostly 80s from omaha over to new york. >>> and now to another major story this morning. six americans, service members, have been killed in a particularly violent day in eastern afghanistan. 16 civilians and five afghan policemen were also killed sunday. civilians included women and children. and secretary of state hillary clinton announced that nations have pledged $16 billion in civilian aid for afghanistan. uh but for the first time there is a string attached to the afghan government must reduce corruption to receive all that money. clinton also talked about the uprising in syria saying the regime's days are numbered. >>> a battle could be looming between president obama and lawmakers over tax cuts. later today the president will call for a one-year extension of the bush tax cuts for individuals making less than $2
at 6:00 a.m. eastern time. i am so jealous. >>> they were running for cover at the rangers twins game in arlington. >> both sprinting off the field after a lightening strike. the game was delayed after the storm. the rangers won 4-3 in 13 innings. >> the time now 38 minutes after the hour. coming up a mayor under fire. he has slashed worker's salaries to just the minimum wage. he said it's to save the city. is it okay or is it over the line. >> a high wire act gone wrong. a major miss step sends this guy plummeting to the ground. >> last chance to answer the question of the day. are single sex classrooms destructive or productive. we will see it on the e-mails next. >> 42 after the hour. making humid lines overseas first to russia storms are blamed for 171 deaths. torrential rains dumping up to a foot of water. next egypt, new president mohammed more see defying military generals ordering parliament back to work. parliament which includes muslim brotherhood was disbanded last month after a court ruling. finally in pap leona, spain three more people reportedly gored during the running
. a group burial was held today at arlington national cemetery. the crew died when their twin- engine gun ship went down during the vietnam war. thaw there remains for recently found and identified. one of the air man has a son in san jose. that son and his two brothers were at the burial today. a sixth air man on the aircraft was buried earlier this month in his home town in oregon. >> pg&e has new technology, they are using pigs to sniff out trouble, smart pigs. they unveiled a new device today to look for problems in their vast pipeline network. cate caugurian shows us how it works. >> pg&e's showed off a new upgraded detection tool used to inspect their natural gas pipelines. it is called the smart pig and this one will move from fremont to san lorenzo for the first time. it detects anomalies in pipelines and scams through slowly using magnetic technology. the idea is to prevent future catastrophes like the 2010 pipeline explosion in san bruno. this 14 ft. one time to as part of a systemwide assessment of gas transmission. some say it is overdue. the plan is to use them to scan throug
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, unsuccessfully to climb out of the twin revolts. the residents says he is afraid to live to the mouse out for fear that it would fight him and possibly infected. it is not just this mouse he finds, but a few hours later another mouse a swimming around in the bath and toilet. the resident decided enough is enough and moved out. efts another resident at the same complex says the whole thing for its amount. >> was pretty shocked. that is pretty gross. it is really negligent of the apartment manager or whoever is in charge. >> kron4 tried to contact the property manager but no one called the suspect. no one at the health department vector control department that handles road and situations call this that about whether they are doing an investigation about what is going on. >>marty: let's turn our attention to some transportation is for some muni writers and motorist. this week the partial closure of the san francisco muni j and m lines are closed for improvements. j real service will let of results of market street and the p.m rail service to west of church's fried will be provided by bus. al
can get unbelievable dust pick up in less time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing new dentyne split to fit pack. it splits in to two smaller, sleeker packs that fit almost anywhere so you can take them everywhere. dentyne split to fit. practice safe breath. >>> welcome back to "the ed show." well, the supreme court has sprung a leak in republicans, uh-oh, they're drinking tainted water all of a sudden. john roberts initially voted to strike down the individual care act mandate before deciding to up hold it. their report is based on two unanimous sources. the right wing loves the leak. they said he caved to the pressure so he wouldn't be viewed as an activist judge. it gives them a great excuse to attack roberts and blast the court's decision as flawed. >> he voted to keep it and frankly i think he should be ashamed of himself. he was going to go the other way 100%, everybody said from inside, that he was going to other way, and all of a sudden, he vot
predictions, the twin predictions are terrible. three more days at least before almost all of the power is restored. and on each of those days, temperatures approaching 100 degrees. from capitol hill, i'm steve handelsman, news 4. >> thanks, steve. >>> so, how about relief from the heat on the 4th of july holiday? maybe, maybe not. doug, what do you say? >> that's exactly the forecast, jim. it's maybe, maybe not. it depends on whether you get a shower or thunderstorm that may help to cool doings down for just a little while. but the heat will be there for everybody throughout much of the day. temperatures outside of 94 degrees, but notice the clouds. they have moved into the area as some storms are just off to the west. we have a brand-new severe thunderstorm warning, waiting for my beeper to go off any second, hampshire county, storms making their way from washington county into frederick county. there's the severe thunderstorm warning. back to the west, 87 in martinsburg, 88 in winchester. as we look at the radar, we'll show you where the storms are. we have one to the south. this is
with seven children, two of whom are twins with downs syndrome. those twin girls have leukemia undergoing chemotherapy. the family is tooped out financially. their donations surpassed $25,000 in less than a month. >>> now to politics and a new report from "the washington post" that examines whether campaigns really change voters' minds. i'm joined now by the author of that article, the post's paul far hi and larry sabatosabato, gentlemen. >> hi, alex. >> paul, i will go first to you. this is a fascinating article. you write about one man who's called every popular election vote correctly, even within like 2 percentage points since 1992. tell us about that. >> yes. this is allen brom owe wits a political science professor at emery university. but he is not entirely unique. a number of forecasters do this with some precision every single election. it's because elections are themselves fairly predictable. you don't have to wait until october, you don't have to wait for the polls in november to know approximately or at least with some precision how things are going to turn out. that's what dr
famed highway 12. she'll be here to show us the fun the twins had along the way. >> first inside to the news desk. tamron hall with the top stories. hey, tamron. >> hey, willie, everyone. more than a million customers waiting for electricity to be restored after weekend storms that swept from ohio to washington, d.c. high winds damage power lines, uprooted trees and killed at least 22 people. meantime blistering heat will stretch from the midwest to the mid-atlantic states today. british drugmaker glaxcosmithkline agreed to pay $3 billion in fines to settle cases involving different drugs. that's the largest settlement for health care fraud in u.s. history. the justice department says glaxcosmithkline promoted the popular paxil and wellbutrin for useses. also failed to disclose avandia could cause heart problems. >>> the 45-year-old swim erika up short last night in her final bid to make the record sixth olympic team. >>> tarmoh with drew from the tiebreaking runoff for the spot in the 100 meter. she conceded to training partner allyson felix saying her heart wasn't in it. >>> gr
they have many days ahead. >> speed demons. you have experience having twins. rick: i have. >> didn't have them on the highway. rick: good luck. not on the highway. congratulations. >> thanks for joining us everybody. "america live" starts right now. megyn: fox news alert. we are getting new reaction in just the last hour from the international olympic committee in the now growing controversy over a young chinese swimmer. welcome to "america live", everyone, i'm megyn kelly. chinese swimmer ye think win, facing allegations of doping. it was a incredible win in the 400 meter individual medley. the 16-year-old smashing a world record by a full second and smashing her own personal best by five seconds. she even saled past the time set by the winner of the men's event in the last leg of the race, ryan lochte. in the last leg of the race she beat the male gold medal winner's time. professional swimmers worldwide raising serious questions about whether she has taken any sort of performance-enhancing drugs. some calling it unbelievable and flat-out disturbing. an official from the united s
. >> okay. not only celebrating independence but also birthdays. we have twins here sam and sarah. are you riding anything under that hat? nothing. what's it feel like to be double digits now. do you feel old? >> weird. >> weird. double digits. just wait until you hit your 30s. let's have a look at the forecast across the country and who you that is going to be hot. we could see storms but storms will wane throughout the day. here is a look at the forecast as we to the evening hours. all of the storms will be scattered and >> we may start up with a little rain this holiday but it will clear up having this afternoon. shower of this possible this >> this couple getting married at central park, congratulations give them love. if you're getting married today or any other day, weather.com is where you can find your wedding forecast. willie, did it rain on your wedding day? >> no, it did not but i didn't get married on the fourth of july. good choice, guys. >>> coming up next, a priest who made it his personal mission to change the culture at one college. but first, this is "today" on nbc. >>> b
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. >> now i'm going to get out of your way. >> suzy and i decided it was only fair to look like twins today. >> i wish. >> speaking of fashion faux pass. we're tackling some mistakes people make when it comes to fashion. "tall, skinny rich".com is here to show us easy fixes to three common problems. >> what i'm saying, even if you're a size 24 w or if you're five feet tall, you can look taller. you can look thinner with clothing and of course you can look rich even in $25 pants. >> and you know how to do it better than anybody. >> i'm going to show you how to do all of the tricks so when you shop, you don't make mistakes. >> i want to tell you about the first mistake we have. she wants to look taller. what was the first mistake? >> the first mistake is the crop pant. i don't know why they sell crop pants. they make everyone's legs look super short. here's where it doesn't work. you don't see the foot. it looks like she's short. second mistake, she is wearing a top that cuts her off right here and it's very boxy and that shrinks her silhouette. we'll show you how to change that and look like
testimonial at a hearing last year from stacy ritter, the twin daughters are both cancer survivors. they're 4 years old, they're twins. they're 4 years old, both were diagnosed with leukemia. hanna and madeline faced stem cell transplants, chemotherapy and total body eradiation. yet over time stacy said, we ended up bankrupt even with full insurance coverage. today hanna and madeline are happy, healthy 13-year-olds. and according to stacy, quote, my children now have protections from insurance discrimination based on their pre-existing cancer condition. they will never have to feel rescissions of their insurance policy if they get sick. they can look forward to lower health insurance cost and preventive care. we passed the affordable care act for people like stacy, hanna and madeline, we passed it for some of the people we heard from today at an earlier meeting and, madam speaker, i ask unanimous consent to submit their statements for the record. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. ms. pelosi: thank you. i urge my colleagues to think about them and to think about stacy and her childre
on commercial airline flight with actually twin brothers. one bringing the other one home that was killed in iraq and he had a 4-year-old son and there's a term i use in life. synchronici synchronicity, chance with a purpose. i don't believe in chance. god called me on a mission in my life, to help one child and we'll be near 4,000 recipients in the next couple of weeks, and unfortunately, there's almost a million dependents that fall in that category of having someone killed or disabled. so the gap is huge. and -- >> you're serving to fill part of that gap. now, people are wondering why do we have a clydesdale horse out here? >> that's right. >> what the heck is budweiser's relationship with you? >> well, i think first, you do not have to be in the military to be a patriot. and there are great ways to serve and we are really, we're free 99% of this country courtesy of the 1% that step up and put the uniform on. budweiser has stepped in in an amazing way. i got a great can here. stars and stripes can. >> look at the label on that. >> they're donating a nickel for every case of budweiser
be based strictly on objective economic contributions and guided by the twin mandates of full employment. the unintended consequences of this bill would be to open the federal reserve to political influence and that would have a negative impact on the fed's independence and its ability to produce sound economic policy. i urge a strong bipartisan no vote. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california. mr. issa: it's now my honor to yield one minute to the gentleman from texas, mr. farenthold. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas is recognized for one minute. mr. farenthold: thank you, mr. chairman. you know, the constitution grants us the power to coin money and regulate the value thereof and we've delegated this to the fed. unfortunately we've ta tied our hands behind our back with respect to seeing what they're doing and it's our duty to conduct oversight. a moment ago mr. frank said the audit was just fist pounding and chest pounding. i disagree. it's the first step, it's us doing our homework to determine what needs to be done to reform the fed. cha
of exiles. from her beacon hand close worldwide welcome. her mild eyes command the air bridge are. twin cities framed. she criesck laneds with silent lips. give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses. during to breathe free. -- your huddled masses yearning to breathe free. send these to me. i lift my lamp beside the golden door." of course it is a poem of wellcome, but also a poll of protest, that she is really saying, we're not just accepting the ancient world and its ideals. we have a different idea in mind. help us make sense of this poem. >> the image of the colossus that artists had came from a lithograph, a german lithograph of the early 18th century, and it shows a gigantic male figure astride two slivers of land cut by a harbor. this was the harbor at roads. this 18th-century lithograph was very different, archaeologists found out, from the original statute, the colossus of rhodes, but it was this warrior ramage, a male image, a powerful giant presiding of pretoria's country. i think that is we're not like the brazen giant of big fame, that is what emma lazarus had in min
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